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WHAT makes a good doctor? A good doctor is a practitioner who has solid theoretical knowledge, excellent communication skills, empathetic, able to appraise medical research critically and collaborate with a team of healthcare professionals, among other skills.
TO become medical specialists in Malaysia, doctors typically either enrol for a master of medicine (MMed) programme at a local university or opt for the parallel pathway.Whichever choice they make, there are a set of requirements to fulfil. If they opt for the former, they are required to apply for a fully paid study leave, besides meeting entry requirements.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): New medical practitioners who are fully registered with the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) are now allowed to renew their Annual Practicing Certificates (APC) with a minimum of zero Continuous Professional Development (CDP) points.
WITH rapid advances in the medicine and healthcare field, it has now become possible to address newer and bigger challenges than before, leading to continuous improvement in the field for the benefit of all.
PETALING JAYA: The problem the country is facing with contract doctors is not due to the oversupply of medical graduates but the insufficient number of posts available for housemanship, medical experts say.
FROM MALAYSIAN HEALTH COALITION (MHC)
SIBU: Cabinet's decision to extend the contracts of medical and dental officers for a maximum of four years is insufficient, says SUPP education bureau chairman Datuk Ding Kuong Hiing.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has urged the relevant authorities including the Malaysian Medical Council to conduct a full investigation into the allegations of Covid-19 vaccines being sold by a non-healthcare private company to private groups.
Doctors sometimes have to make personal sacrifices to help patients heal
PETALING JAYA: Temporary Registration Certificates may now be issued to medical graduates who had earlier been given a letter of eligibility to register by the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) but have had their graduate training placements temporarily postponed, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.